A healthy lifestyle begins with a healthy home. Living in a clean environment is so important to your physical health as well as your overall sense of well-being. Did you know that a single bacterium can grow into over eight million in a single day? In addition to keeping germs from multiplying, regular cleaning discourages insects from sharing your living quarters.
According to the National Center for Healthy Housing, a healthy home is housing that is designed, constructed, maintained, and rehabilitated in a manner that is conducive to good occupant health.
Healthy housing is important for everyone, whether you own or rent your home.
The Seven Principles of a Healthy Home
- KEEP IT DRY
- KEEP IT CLEAN
- KEEP IT PEST-FREE
- KEEP IT SAFE
- KEEP IT CONTAMINATE-FREE
- KEEP IT VENTILATED
- KEEP IT MAINTAINED
If you want to be healthy and happy, your home environment is a good place to begin. Living in a dirty, messy and cluttered place can make you sick both physically and mentally. A domestic deep clean and declutter can do wonders.
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We generally don’t think twice about how surrounding household items affect our wellbeing, but it’s often the things right under our noses that could be causing that common cold, or the persistent cough at night that’s keeping our SO wide awake. One of the main health risks living next to us is mold.
The way houses are structured today makes it easier than ever for mold to sneak in and silently worsen our health. Mold builds up quickly on wood, drywall, and wallpaper, and because our homes are sealed for energy efficiency, the locked in moisture only exacerbates this growth. This buildup can cause allergic reactions in one in every three people, and significantly aggravate asthma in those who already suffer from it.
No matter who you are, or where you live, everyone needs to reduce the amount of mold and mildew in the air they are breathing in. If you smell a musty odor in your home or workplace, there is a good chance that it is probably mold or mildew.
Of course, if you actually see mold in your home or office, then you know you have a problem. The bad news is, most of the toxic mold floating around in our air is actually invisible to the naked eye, but still may be seriously affecting your health.
You should consider having a professional check out your home’s mold situation if there are any visual indications of discoloration, peeling, or water intrusion. Furthermore, faint musty smells anywhere are good reasons to call in an expert. If you’re also battling constant physical symptoms such as sneezing, coughing, dry eyes, or rashes, don’t hesitate to schedule a mold specialist to come by.
If scrubbing and bleaching don’t solve your problem, it’s time to call in mold remediation specialists who uncover and remove harmful spores. Keep in mind that little mold problems can become big mold hassles quickly.
If you suspect that your home or business has a mold problem, One Call Mold Removal can inspect and assess your property. If mold is found, they have the training, equipment, and expertise to handle the situation.
Our services include:
Overview of Mold Services
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Mold Removal and Remediation
Caring For Your Belongings
Mold Restoration Process
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Our experts specialize in water and mold damage restoration, the cornerstone of our business. One Call Mold Removal professionals have the training and expertise to safely handle any mold situation. Call us today and tell us about your mold problem.